WDWNT Podcast Episode 81 Now Available for Download

Join me, Tom Corless, and a cast including Jason Diffendal, Justin Heyman, Chris Lastrapes, and Luke Manning for a variety show that celebrates the Walt Disney World Resort and its many fans. So what are you waiting for? Let’s celebrate another week of Walt Disney World information and fun on the WDW News Today Podcast!!!

To kick off episode 81, we’ll have your Walt Disney World Resort News and Rumor Report. In this week’s report, we’ll be talking about the brand new “Move It! Shake It! Celebrate It!” Street Party now performing at the Magic Kingdom, a new exhibit that will be “added” to Innoventions at Epcot this fall, and what the Disney Vacation Club will be opening in Long Island, New York, this summer.

After that, we have the fifth edition of “What Were They Thinking?”, where we will try to examine why certain decisions are made by Walt Disney World management. This time around, we’ll be discussing the creation of “Tomorrowland 1995″ at the Magic Kingdom and what lead to it’s ultimate destruction. We’ll also discuss the Tomorrowland of today and what they were thinking bringing characters into the future.

Finally, to end this weeks program, we continue our countdown of the 20 Biggest Moments in Disney’s Hollywood Studios History as voted by you with a look at what took the #13 spot on the list. We’ll also be examining just how important this moment is in the near 20 year history of the park.

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This episode is also available in an enhanced version. An enhanced podcast is a podcast with added features that standard podcasts don’t have. Enhanced podcasts include many features like Chapter listings, this lets you skip through chapters or see what is in store for this weeks show. Enhanced podcasts also have images to let you differ the chapters by. Enhanced podcasts have one negative feature, you can not play them on most mp3 players. The file format for this is a .m4a which can play on Apple’s iPod and Microsoft’s Zune. You will also need iTunes or Windows Media Player to be able to skip through chapters. If you need or would like the standard edition, download the normal edition listed below this file both on Itunes and in our podcast directory.